When the Tesla 2 arrived, I was already thinking about the Model S, and I was ready to get that car in for my wife and me.
After all, it had the best price-to-performance ratio of any electric car I’ve ever owned, and it came with all the other perks we’ve come to expect from a Tesla.
But the first car I bought was a Tesla Model S. And the second was a Model S P90D, which has a slightly better price-per-mile than the first one.
So I figured I could get a Model 3 if I could find a good deal.
I found a deal that would have made a Tesla 3 much more affordable, and my wife was happy to see it.
But I’d been planning to make the switch to a Model Y for some time.
When I started getting more serious about car ownership, I began to wonder if it was a good idea to wait until the Model Y arrived, as the Model 3’s price tag would be too much for my budget.
So, after I finally found a decent price, I got a Model X, and then, after that, the Model X S. It’s been a little over a year since I bought a Tesla, and the car I’m most excited about right now is the Model C. It came with a $2,000 loan from Tesla, which means it’s a much more appealing car to buy than the Model E.
But it doesn’t have the best battery life, or the most advanced electric driving capabilities, or a price-tag that makes it a compelling choice for most people.
Even though it has a battery pack that can last up to five years, that is the only time I have ever used the battery in a Tesla vehicle, which is why it is the most expensive electric vehicle I own.
(Tesla plans to upgrade the battery pack to a 60 kWh battery pack in 2019.)
So if you want a car that’s going to last five years or more, you might want to look elsewhere.
I decided to give the Model A a shot, and in the process, I learned that a Tesla is not necessarily the only electric car that I should consider.
There are plenty of great electric cars out there, and if you’re looking for a car you can afford, this is one of the better ones you can buy.
Read on to learn more about how to buy a Tesla car and the best ways to get an electric car loan.
Read the rest of our Tesla coverage on The Huffington Store and The Huffington Posts.